Here's an ingredient you normally don't put into a loaf of bread- bone broth, specifically bison bone broth! Plus the loaf is seasoned with buffalo seasoning in the dough to make it extra buffalo-ey.
The only reason I made this bread is for an upcoming video where it's pretty much a meatloaf with a huge emphasis on the word buffalo and I needed a bread that can hold the meatloaf together, so I flavored this bread with buffalo wing seasoning(which in it of itself doesn't come from actual bison). My favorite way to make any sort of quick bread is with beer bread mix, because you can pretty much use any liquid you like in place of water, like bison bone broth(which is a thing).
The bread surprisingly tasted mild, with only a faint hint of buffalo wing seasoning(if you want the bread to actually be spicy, use 1 tbsp. instead of 1 tsp. like I did). Even my dad liked the bread and he doesn't like spicy foods!
What I like about the bison broth is how it smells like apples(well the actual name of the broth is "Bison Apple Cider") and it makes the bread sweet. You wouldn't even know there was bison inside the bread if I didn't tell you!
This is a pretty easy recipe, with only 4 ingredients needed.
HELPFUL LINK: Bison Broth: epicbar.com/bone-broth-detail/43
You will need:
For the cooking equipment:
A large bowl
Nonstick cooking spray
A loaf pan
A small bowl
For the bread:
19 oz. beer bread mix
12 oz. Bison broth(see HELPFUL LINK)
1 tsp. buffalo wing seasoning
2 tbsp. melted butter(makes the top of the loaf crunchy)
1. Put the first 3 ingredients into a large bowl and mix all the ingredients together until you get a dough.
2. Spray a loaf pan with nonstick cooking spray. Put the dough into the loaf and shape the dough so that it touches the bottom of the pan completely.
3. Melt the butter in a small bowl for 30 seconds in the microwave. Pour the melted butter on top of the bread.
4. Bake the bread in a 375 degree Fahrenheit oven for 45-55 minutes, or until the dough is fully cooked(just poke a toothpick through the center of the loaf and if it comes out clean, the bread is done). Bon appetit!